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  • Daytona / Nissin Master cylinder tidy up

    So.

    I put a Daytona / Shift up disc kit on my z50a. Kit works great, but the bars have struck me as a bit "busy".

    The reservoir looked a bit oversized to my eye:

    start1.jpg

    Looking around, I found this to suit the nissin caliper on a triumph:

    newres.jpg

    To fit it, there's no manual. So I thought I'd throw a few photos together in case it helps someone else:

    Pull the old res:

    change1.jpg

    Lift the rubber:

    change2.jpg

    Pop the circlip:

    change3.jpg

    Pull out the elbow, circlip, rubber and o-ring:

    change4.jpg

    Put the o-ring on the new.....um.....thingy:

    change5.jpg

    push in and then refit the circlip:

    change6.jpg

    Push the rubber back over:

    change7.jpg

    Screw the new reservoir on. There is an allen key slot inside it to hold while you tighten it:

    change8.jpg

    All done; ready to fill and re-bleed as needed:

    change9.jpg

    Pretty happy with how it tuned out. The bike is still a work in process with plenty left to do; but I'm happy with how this made the bars look:

    change10.jpg

  • #2
    Reef it back off and polish it up ,,!
    Honk'n hardtail btw
    its engine oil madge ,,,
    Your soaking in it ,,!!

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    • #3
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      Solution is on its way, lol.

      The Black one will end up on the gorilla.

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      • #4
        Already a step ahead

        image.jpeg
        its engine oil madge ,,,
        Your soaking in it ,,!!

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